Turn Back the Clock Tuesday? Well, we all can’t be perfect….and I let it go on for too long. What, you ask, did I forget? The 5th grade Colors of the Rainbow Semi-Finals video! Special shout out to Archie Carpenter for the wonderful photos!
Here is the video from the finals…..enjoy
HERE ARE YOUR TEAMS FOR
THE 2014 COLORS OF THE RAINBOW TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!!
PITTSBURGH WEST LIBERTY
URBAN LEAGUE CHARTER SCHOOL
SEE YOU AT TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHOOL
2409 SHADY AVENUE
PITTSBURGH, PA 15217
Lights Camera Action!!! Special thanks to Archie Carpenter for his incredible eye!
Dancing Classrooms Pittsburgh’s 2013-2014 Colors of the Rainbow Fall Semi-Final is set for December 14, 2013. This event is free and open to the public. The event will take place at Allderdice High School, 2409 Shady Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217. The time is from 2:00PM until 4:00PM.
Students from Pittsburgh Montessori, Sister Thea Bowman Academy, St Benedict the Moor, Pittsburgh Langley, Pittsburgh Lincoln, Pittsburgh Carmalt, Pittsburgh Miller, Urban League Charter School, Pittsburgh West Liberty, and Pittsburgh Dilworth will be vying for four (4) spots in the Colors of the Rainbow Finals to be held in May 2014.
Come on out and watch the kids merengue, fox trot, rumba, tango and swing! You won’t be sorry!!!!
Following ten weeks of bi-weekly lessons during the winter/spring 2012 semester, 96 fifth-grade students competed today in the Dancing Classrooms Pittsburgh Colors of the Rainbow semi-final team match. Seven teams were from Pittsburgh Public Schools; one from an elementary school in Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Of the eight schools, four will now advance to the 2011-12 Colors of the Rainbow final team match, scheduled for Saturday, May 19, 2012. Continue reading
By Luisa Nayhouse
The fall 2011 semester was especially meaningful to me. When we started at Pittsburgh West Liberty in September, it seemed as though a few students were on a mission to disrupt our classes. With one term of experience at Pittsburgh Whittier in the spring of 2011, and because of my psychology background, I felt more than prepared to handle and manage the classroom despite the challenges. Continue reading